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Ominous SeapodsOminous Seapods Live at Bogies on 1994-10-29 (October 29, 1994)

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Collection: OminousSeapods
Band/Artist: Ominous Seapods
Date: October 29, 1994 (check for other copies)
Venue: Bogies
Location: Albany, NY

Source: SBD->DAT-Teac DAP-20
Lineage: DAT->WAV->Audacity->CDWave->FLAC
Taped by: Jay Flemma
Transferred by: budke@budke.com
Keywords: Jays Plays; Flemma; Bogie Nights Vol 2


Description

Ominous Seapods
1994-10-29
Bogies
Albany, NY

I:
01 - Tuning
02 - Waiting Room
03 - Tortured
04 - Everyday Nice Day
05 - Leaving the Monopole
06 - Banter
07 - Bong Hits and Porn
08 - Kick it in the Chimney
09 - Wheels Are Turning
10 - Seymour
11 - Banter
12 - Molson
13 - Blackberry Brandy
14 - Mike Murphy 3
--CD break

II:
15 - Scandal Me
16 - Until I Break
17 - Phone Call Jam->
18 - Old GP
19 - Paint Fumes and Alcoholics
20 - Cary Suite
21 - Instapop
22 - Adirondack Blue
23 - Sally Simpson
24 - Anything is Possible
--CD Break
25 - Quarter Pound Hotdog->
26 - Sneaking Sally Through The Alley
27 - Abraham Unleavenhead->
28 - Bring Me Mike Mosely->
29 - Room of Ruins

E:
30 - Hey Mike Mosely Why Don't You Talk Someday

Notes

Jay's Plays – Bogie Nights 2: 10-29-94 Bogie's, Albany, NY

Master DAT SBD TEAC DAP-20->WAV->Audacity->CDWav->FLAC
Recorded by Jay Flemma
Transferred by budke@budke.com

The Mike Mosely Show. Mike Mosny (who the Pods kept calling Mike Mosely :)) was my wingman back in the day. Mike is economical with words. He hangs out late, he has a great time, he's super cool, but he just doesn't say much. (He also dips…another reason why he doesn't talk much.)

Anyway, Mike hung with me for a couple Pods shows in September of '94, having a great time, but being his usual quiet self.

Of course, the Pods noticed.

So P.B. Finnan's rolls around in mid-October, and during a broken string pause late third set second night (10-15-94) they invite Bob Kelly to come up on stage and do a rap to kill time.

Bob starts telling everyone a game we used to play in the van called Mutants of the Road, where'd you yell "I got one! I got one!" and then you’d imitate one of your friends and everyone else would shout who it was.

Well Max goes "I got one! I got one!" and then says nothing. A few seconds go by and then the whole band gleefully shouts "Mike Mosely!" and the place falls apart in laughter.

Cut to two weeks later during late second set of a Saturday night Bogie's show (you see where this is going), and in the middle of Abraham Unleavenhead, Max, out of the blue, calls Mike up to the stage to speak to the crowd. Mike, terrified, declines.

Bad idea.

Max then proceeds to start shrieking like a Nazgul.

"I want Mike Mosely! Bring me Mike Mosely!" and ultimately incites the crowd to bang on the walls, stomp their feet, and chant along with him.

"Bring me! Mike Mose-ly! Bring me! Mike Mose-ly!

At this point Mike actually did speak…to me and one other guy, our friend D'Accurzio.

D'Accurz looked at Mike and said, "They're calling for you, Mike!"

And poor glazed-eyed, shell-shocked Mike - who had never yet seen exactly how twisted, devolved, and demented Pods shows can get (let alone late on a Saturday night at Bogie's) – Mike looks back and says, "Yeah, and it sounds like they mean business."

Mike only spoke on one other occasion at a Pods show. When someone told him a certain song title, he asked (incredulously) in response "Quarter pound hotdog??"

The Rutland Reject (Bob Kelly's evil twin) also returned to play percussion the whole second set and engage in various acts of bedlam and mayhem, again mostly during Abraham. Other show highlights include Blackberry and "Mike Mosely 3" to close the first set, a slammin' Until I Break, a riotous "Seapods are not Ominous" rap that found its genesis in a phone admonishment left for Old TP on the Pods answering machine, and an encore of H.D.O. where they changed the chorus to "Hey Mike Mosely Why Don't You Talk Someday?"

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Tuning 19.3 MB
2.8 MB
1.3 MB
Waiting Room 39.1 MB
5.0 MB
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Tortured 52.8 MB
6.8 MB
3.1 MB
Everyday Nice Day 66.3 MB
8.5 MB
3.9 MB
Leaving the Monopole 78.4 MB
9.7 MB
4.4 MB
Banter 11.4 MB
1.6 MB
773.0 KB
Bong Hits and Porn 54.8 MB
6.9 MB
3.2 MB
Kick it in the Chimney 65.3 MB
8.1 MB
3.6 MB
Ask Me If My Wheels Are Turning 61.3 MB
7.8 MB
3.6 MB
Seymour 49.7 MB
6.2 MB
2.8 MB
Banter 8.6 MB
1.2 MB
600.6 KB
Molson 67.2 MB
8.4 MB
3.8 MB
Blackberry Brandy 51.6 MB
6.6 MB
3.0 MB
Mike Murphy 3 83.3 MB
10.7 MB
4.9 MB
Scandal Me 30.9 MB
4.0 MB
1.9 MB
Until I Break 114.8 MB
14.4 MB
6.6 MB
Phone Call Jam-> 35.3 MB
4.7 MB
2.2 MB
Old GP 38.9 MB
5.0 MB
2.3 MB
Paint Fumes and Alcoholics 69.8 MB
8.9 MB
4.1 MB
Cary Suite 117.2 MB
14.7 MB
6.5 MB
Instapop 63.1 MB
8.1 MB
3.7 MB
Adirondack Blue 47.7 MB
6.1 MB
2.8 MB
Sally Simpson 51.7 MB
6.6 MB
3.0 MB
Anything is Possible 60.9 MB
7.7 MB
3.5 MB
Quarter Pound Hotdog-> 51.5 MB
6.5 MB
2.9 MB
Sneaking Sally Through The Alley 93.7 MB
11.7 MB
5.4 MB
Abraham Unleavenhead-> 53.6 MB
6.8 MB
3.1 MB
Bring Me Mike Mosely-> 134.4 MB
17.6 MB
8.1 MB
Room of Ruins 44.5 MB
6.0 MB
2.7 MB
Hey Mike Mosely Why Don't You Talk Someday 77.2 MB
9.8 MB
4.5 MB
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